yes, but like said Pogoking above, one extended license is for one theme.
For example: you may incorporate the Work, such as a music file, in a sound mixing software program that you or your client distributes commercially. An unlimited number of copies of the software program may be made and sold but the Work cannot be incorporated in more than one software program or other work. Additionally, buyers of the software program must not offer the Work (that is the music file) for sale, such as on a site like AudioJungle.net .
you mean that white bottom margin? check yr .footer-wrap class. there is a margin-bottom:5px;
with just 4 themes. congrats!
I’m sure you are right. But with so much income you can be more creative isn’t it?
i don’t know about what links is talking, but i am not agree with you. if an author find a way to make a very good income from theme, then should stick to that. i think all authors try to find that “formula”, to make a theme what meet all the market needs.
another think is related to the creative attribute. i always smile when i see peoples claiming that when is talk about a market, about templates. is like you want to buy a logo from a stock market where is sold xxxx times and claim is creative (in the visual context, that meaning is very close to unique).
who want something unique / creative should go to an agency and pay according.